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The Circle 1973 



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RELUDE 



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Donald A. Gordon 



Faculty & Administration 




This year is unique in the history of Abbot. It encompasses the dissipation of an institution and its reformation into a new 
character. The moment has been transitory and discarded for an uncertain future. The merger has been distant and 
intangible. Frustrating, despairing, and anxious would be realistic impressions. 

But the essence of the community transcends this and settles into each one of us. We are a people. We coax one another 
through fearful changes and ride our waves of discovery. Without consciousness, we have committed ourselves to each other. 

Immersed in the exchange, it becomes more difficult to remember how much we have grown. Who was so wise to say the 
mountain is clearer from the plain? If we can extend further than ourselves, we can see we have many to thank. Without Eton 
Gordon, we would not be. His patience and his faith have been the current that sustains our growth. His dedication to a 
culture and genuine consideration for a people has generated an endless bounty of vitality among us all. We give him our 
unspoken respect and appreciation. 

We appreciate our faculty for their will to communicate and understand. Their concern has transformed an academic 
"earth" into a field of expression and exploration. Learning can be an adventure. Teachers and students have taught one 
another with a fearless drive to make that exchange. The relationship is personal rather than impressionable. 

As Abbot loses its present, we have much to feel for the past. And as for our destiny, we have careful guidance and a quality 
of human values to help us through the labor of rebirth. 




Jean St. Pierre, English 



L'eli Hepp, French and German 




Sherry Gershon, History and English 





Andrew Strauss, Mathematics 



Edwina Frederick, French 





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Sharon Boyle, Academic Secretary 



Sarah Procter, Food and Housing 




Administrative Staff 



Liz George, Secretary 





Marta Hornidge, Physical Education 




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Dorothy Judd, Spanish 




Carolyn Goodwin, Director of Studies, Mathematics 





Jim Lynch, Assistant Dean, Mathematics 





Anne Bugbee, English 



Susan Lloyd, History 



Virginia Powel, Art 





Barbara Sisson, English 




Faith Kaiser, Admissions 



Michael McCann, Biology 





Christine Kalke, Classics, English, and History 



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Susan Qark, Classics and History 



Patricia Corkerton, Spanish 








Chris and Andy Johnston, music, resident advisors 



Kathleen Ayre, nurse 









Hilda Whyte, Physics, IPS 



Adele Babcock, Voice 




Elizabeth Roberts, Piano 




Margaret Couch, Librarian 




Flora Valentine, Secretary to the Librarian 




Edith Johanson and Theresa Stewart, Bookstore 



Richard Sheahan, Director of Development 





Richard Griggs, Business Manager 




Elinor O'Neill Swtrrhhnai-,4 




Philip Trussell, Art 



Mile. Marie Baratte, French 





Mary Kerner, Admissions 




Audrey Bensley and Penny 
Trewett, Ceramics 



Wendy MacNeil, Photography 





Joyce Lauder, Permissions 




Marion Finbury, College Counselor 




Lucy Cole, Permissions 








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Molly Chamberlin, Office of Headmaster 



Carolyn Johnston, Dean of Students, English 



Marjorie Harrison, Physical Education 





Ladies and Gentlemen of the Kitchen 




Maintenance Engineers 




Jes and Marie Bonde, King and Queen 
of the kitchen 




Rheua Stakely, Music and Tennis 




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Keder Bayard, Mathematics 




Rennie McQuilken, English 



Zanda Rewis, English 





Mary Minard, History 





Lise Witten, History 



Frances Ladd, English 



Georges Krivobok, Russian and 

French 





Ronald Giguere, French 




Barbara Hawkes, Biology and Ecology 




Theodore Warren, History 




Shirley Ritchie, Physical Education 



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Steve Perrin, Humanities 



FLAGG HOUSE* 




Petrushka, Sue Viemeister, Karen Tulis, Lynn Chesler, Anne Randazzo, Laree Allston, Margo Lawskowslci, Fred, 
Debbie Mossman, Liz Berry, Bart Fauver, Myrtho Bayard, Edie Wilson, Terri Mitchell, Dee DeLucia, Mrs. Johnston, 
Nancy Kortke, Robin Stern, Billie Pease, Libby Howes, (missing: Mr. Johnston, Sam Howland, Ellen Kittredge). 



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CHAPIN HOUSE 




Mardi Jane Hudson, Hilary Large, 
Deanna Thering, Sarah Bayldon, Robin 
Lothrop, Connee Petty, Nancy Griffin, 
Ann Hoover, Heather MacDonaJd, 
Dorinda Davis, Lucy Whittemore, Cathy 
von Klemperer, Nancy Adams, Debbie 
Schuller, Cathy Tolmach. 



Lula Field, Sue Costa, Robin Jackson, 
Karen Pernokas, Ruth Leroy, Kathy 
DAbre, Karyn Sikora. 





Debbie and Dick Witte, Resident Advisors 



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HALL HOUSE 




Harrier Richards, Ann Palermo, Kris Jablonski, Lisa Keller, Lori Goodman, Peggy Bliss, Kim Whittemore, 
Mary Broaddus, Caitlin Cofer, Nancy Brisson, Laurie Richards, Martha Hume, Leslie Hendrix, Lydia Long, Sue 
Wheelwright, Mandy Cobb, Jane Cashin, Kathleen Reardon, Diane Aigler. 




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Catch it inside, and laugh it back out. 

Hold it in kites, and flutes and sails. 

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"A slow sort of country!" said the Queen. "Now, 
here, you see, it takes all the running you can do to 
keep in the same place. If you want to get some- 
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I was thinking about think- 
ing a thought when sud- 
denly I saw the sun and the 
stars and the wind and the 
clouds and the moon and 
the rain and those colors 

doing all those things again and I got my tears and my 

smiles my nears and my whiles my heres and my miles all 

mixed up 

and I started thinking thoughts without even thinking 

about it. 
C.A. 






Lynn Chesler 



Snow, softly, slowly, 
settles at dusk in a dance, 
of white butterflies, 
Oeharu 



Look up, wake up. 
The sun is shining. 
No, it's not tomorrow. 
It's today. 

Richie Furay 



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Ellen Hoitsma 

you shall above all things 

be glad and young 
For if you're young, 

whatever life you wear 
it will become you; 

and if you are glad 
whatever 's living 

will yourself become, 
e.e. cummings 





What is life 

but a series of inspired follies 
Shaw 





Nancy 
Clifton 




Leslie Hendrix 



Amanda Cobb 








Sarah Bayldon 




Sue Wheelwright 



There's a feeling I get 
when I look to the west 
and my spirit is crying 
for leaving 

Stairway to Heaven 



"If you keep them hands out of your 
pockets, you could stay on your feet." 
Versh said. "You can't never get 
them out in time to catch yourself. 




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so long for now, buster brown. 
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May Irwin 




Kristen Austin 



I don't want to waddle like mother, 
or quack like my silly old dad, 

I want to be utterly other, 

And frightfully modern and mad. 
Alfred Noyes 



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Did you forget to laugh today? 
Did you forget to smile 
And lighten someone's troubles 
Even for a little while? 

Did you forget to sing today? 
And let your whole world ring 
With a deeply felt expression 
Of your joy in everything? 

Jean Kyler McManus 



Dee DeLucia 



Take heed to the path of your feet, 
then all your ways will be sure. 

Do not swerve to the right or to the left; 
turn your foot away from evil. 
Proverbs 5: 26&27 




Kim Grecoe 



Mary Webb 





Life is no brief candle to me. 
It is a sort of splendid torch, 
which I have got to hold of for the moment, 
And I want to make it burn as brightly 
as possible before handing it on 
to future generations. 

George Bernard Shaw 




Anne Allen 








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Nancy Adams 






Mardi Hudson 



I am the circles 
from a dropped pebble 
That will continue 

to enlarge 
no matter 
how rough 
it is 



Robin Lothrop 




Wendy King 







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Sara Leirh 



Susan Urie 




. . .born with the gift of laughter and a sense 
that the world is mad! 
Rafael Sabatini 




Christina Landry 




Suddenly the cherries were there 
although I had forgotten that cherries exist 
and caused to be proclaimed: there never 

have been cherries — 
they were there, suddenly and dear. 

Plums fell and hit me; 

but whoever thinks that I was transformed 

because something fell and hit me 

has never been hit by plums 

Only when they poured nuts into my shoes 
and I had to walk because the children wanted 

the kernels 
I cried out for cherries, wanted plums to hit me 
transformed a little. 

G. Grass 



and was 



Nancy Kottke 



M. Laskowski 



It took a sweet young foreign gun 

This lazy life is short 

Something for nothing always ending 

With a bad report. 

So, where to now St. Peter 

If it's true I'm in your hands 

I may not be a Christian 

But I've done all one man can 

I understand I'm on the road 

Where all that was is gone 

So where to now St. Peter 

Show me which road I'm on 

Which road I'm on B. Taupin 




Drunk all the time, feelin fine, 

On Elderberry Wine, 

Those were the days, we'd lay in the haze. 

Forget depressive times. 

B. Taupin 




People is all everything is, 
All it has ever been, 
All it can ever be. 

William Saroyan 




Dorinda Davis 



The most manifest sign of wisdom 
in continued cheerfulness 
Michel Montaigne 



Deb Schuller 



Gimb every mountain, 
Ford every stream, 
Follow every rainbow, 
Until you find your dream. 

Oscar Hammerstein II 



People do not lack strength 
they lack will. 
Victor Hugo 



Sam Macartney 



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the devil hath power t'assume a pleasing shape. 
Shakespeare 



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This piece of rudeness was more than Alice could bear: 
she got up in great disgust, and walked off; the 
Dormouse fell asleep instantly, and neither of the others 
took the least notice of her going, though she looked 
once or twice, half hoping that they would call after her: 
the last time she saw them, they were trying to put the 
Dormouse into the teapot. 
Lewis Carroll 



I absolutely dislike school so Philip is my tutor He 
goes to Andover My mother knows the Dean He wears 
red garters and is boring boring boring . . .and 
sometimes I listen to him but not very often. 
Eloise 




Mary Gements 



Nobody could be uncheered 
with a balloon. 
A.A.Milne 



I have made myself personally 
responsible for the fate of every 
human being who has come my way. 
AnaisNin 



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Charlotte Mason 




"I could tell you of my adventure — beginning from this 
morning," said Alice, "but it's no use going back to 
yesterday because I was a different person then. 
— Lewis Carrol 



The world is so full of a number of things, 
I'm sure we should all be as happy as kings. 
Robert Louis Stevenson 



Kate Tomlinson 






Claudia Brown 



Freedom is the self-affirmation of one's existence as a person, 
a person with certain innate rights to say No and Yes, despite 
the consequences. 

James H. Cone 



Vanessa Gray 





Leslie Monsky 



Certain things they should stay the way 
they are. You ought to be able to stick them in 
one of those big glass cases and just leave 
them alone. 

— Catcher in the Rye 





Lee Belfield 




I find so many times that words 
are just substitutes for hugs. 



Where lies hardness? 
In cherry pits? 



Robin Stern 

or 
Sternly Robin 

or 
Bobbing Robin Sterned 

or 
Sterning, Robin bobbed 





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Connee Petty 



Warum rulpset und forzet ihr nicht? Hat 
mein essen euch nicht geschmecket? 
Martin Luther 



Bets Kent 




To be unobservant is to live for seventeen years 
and not know the colour of your eyes. 




Prithee, ask not where I'm going 
Can't guard a vow where I'll be 
But I'll store my cranal gatherings 
For future lunacy. 




Kristine Jablonski 




Liliom Fisher 




Liz Robert 





Cathy von Klemperer 



Anne Weisman 




Play for more than you can afford to lose, 
and you will learn the game. 
Churchill 



Margaret Hillhouse 





Noreen Markley 



Ann Roberts 




Welcome, O life! I go to encounter for the 
millioneth time the reality of experience and to forge in 
the smithy of my soul the uncreated conscience of my 
race. 

James Joyce 




now i lay me down to dream of 
(nothing i or any somebody or you 
can begin to imagine) 

something which nobody may keep 
now i lay me down to dream of Spring 




Sally Smith-Petersen 



Betsy Coward 




If only I may grow: firmer, 
simpler — quieter, warmer. 
Dag Hammarskjold 



But I have promises to keep, 
And miles to go before I sleep, 
And miles to go before I sleep. 
Robert Frost 





Dux femina facti. 
Virgil 

Susan Costa 






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Kathy D'Abre 

I don't know who I am 
But life is for learning 
Woodstock 





Here we come 

Marching down the street 
getting the funniest looks 
from everyone we meet 
The Monkees 





Kim Whittemore 




Andrea Simonsen 



Alison Polk 





Lydia Long 



I thank the Lord 

for the people I have found. 
E. John 





Mary Jane Miller 






All children, 
except one, grow up. 
C'est la vie. 



Barbara Willis 




Carmen Vinales 




Loraine W. Utter 



13- Omit needless words. 

— William Strunk Jr. 





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Patience Horton 




Edie Wilson 



I'm taking the time for a number of things 
That weren't important yesterday 
And I still go 
I'm fixing a hole 

where the rain gets 
And stops my mind from wandering 
Where it will go. 

The Beatles 



Deborah Mossman 




to those unknowing Abbot will 
remain a name, but to us a memory; 
an unforgettable beginning. 




Loose your doubts and 

Tell no lies 

Only the peoppies 

And dragonflies 
Can whisper and whimper 
And scatter their lives 
To tickle the wind 
And pepper the skies 
Libby Howes 



Libby Howes 



Betsy (BART) Fauver 



It was my own affair to come to 
terms with myself and to find my 
own way, and like most well-brought-up 
children, I managed it badly. 

Demian, Hermann Hesse 





Such are promises 
All lies and jest 

Still, a man hears what he wants to hear 

And disregards the rest . . . 

Simon and Garfunkel 

Tell me why you are crying my son, I know you're 

frightened like everyone 
Is it the thunder in the distance you hear? 
Will it help if I stay very near 

I am here . . . 

Peter, Paul and Mary 



Kate Winthrop 




Colleen Flynn 




Kathleen Rear don 





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For our world 

the circle turns again 

Throughout the year the same season's change 

It's meant a lot to me to start anew. 

Elton John 
Yes, it's meant a lot to us to start anew and, brimming with life, to enter this world and 
find new life awaiting our exploration. For us it seems the Abbot world has given more 
opportunity to grow and change than it gave to any before or will give to any hence. We 
arrived to find Abbot in the restless calm that followed a gale, a gale of change that strew 
Abbot's old ways into a thousand directions. We eagerly joined in the activity of cleaning up 
the storm strewn pieces following whatever whim seemed to beckon us particularly. We 
have since lived in an expanding environment that has given not more nor less room than 
we needed to expand our own internal lives. 

We were lucky to find Abbot as we did. We were infinitely lucky to find a world that 
would lend us support in all our efforts to reach our special destinations; support 
unconscious, save for the details that none of us learned to accept! And now we are caught 
standing at the bend in the road, very anxious for the future, for we find that the road and 
those travelling behind have merged with the landscape and disappeared. If we could just 
turn around and encourage those travelers as we were encouraged, but they are gone. We 
stand here a bit stunned in discovering that we are the last to leave our blessings and thanks. 
We want to ask why but the somewhere we never thought existed has appeared and beckons 
us beyond. We haven't time to gather up all the thoughts of ages of travellers. We can simply 
leave our own blessings and thanks. 

And so to Abbot, whose world turns its final circle, our love, our gratitude, and the pieces 
of our lives are left tucked gently in the notion of your eternity. 



Ginny Carter 




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II faut etre toujours ivre. Tout est la: c'est l'unique question. 

— Baudelaire 



Jenifer McLean 



Derriere l'horizon . . . l'ile vivait, l'ile etait 
heureuse . . . Chaque fenStre ouvrait sur le ciel, la 
porte de chaque maison ouvrait sur la terre — les 
vents, les pluies, le soleil, les oiseaux, existaint pour 
l'ile . . .les vagues dansaient, sautaient . . . 





All of a sudden 
Piglet felt that 
it was a much 
nicer day than 
he had thought 
it was. 

A. A. Milne 



Abbie Owen 



Amy Rogers 





You and I have brains, the others have fluff. 
A.A. Milne 



Laurie Woodworth 




Hollis Conner 





Never forget that until the day 
when God will deign to reveal 
the future to man, all human 
wisdom is contained in these 
two words, Wait and Hope. 

Alexandre Dumas 

The Count of Monte Cristo 



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Sylvia Kennick 






Dodi li va'ani lo 
Haroc bashoshaneen. 
Uri tsafon 
Uvoce tsaiman. 
Dodi li va'ani lo. 




The Master said: "To learn the truth at 
daybreak and die at eve is enough." 

Confucius, The Analects IV, 8 



Margie Snelling 





Cecilia Blewer 



Beyond this world of wrath and tears, 
Looms but the horror of the shade, 
And yet the menace of the years finds me, 
And shall find me unafraid. 

It matters hot how straight the gate, 
How charged the punishments the scroll, 
I am the master of my fate, 
I am the captain of my soul. 
William Henley 



Karen Lewis 





Jane Pugh 



Woman was created from the rib 

of man; not from his head to be 

above him, nor from his feet to be 

walked upon; but from his side to be 

equal, from neat his arm to be 

protected, and close to his heart to be 

loved. Kahlil Gibran 





Lula Field 



Ain't gonna marry, and I ain't gonna settle down 

(goddamn my soul, lordy mama! ) 
Just gonna lay right here and love all the men around. 



Dorothy 
Pappas 






Carolyn Naifeh 



Sometimes I cry because being 

alive is such a beautiful gift 

(given to me), and at those times 

I come to know its fullness 

even better. Tuvya 



Donna Wheaton 




Analissimo Alvarez 





if it was so, it might be; 
and if it were so, 
it would be: 

but as it isn't, 

it ain't. 
That's logic. 



Wendissimo Gamble 




Charlissimo Hamlin 



Josie Martin 




It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of 

foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of 

light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we 

had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we 

were all going direct the other way — in short, the period was so far like the present period, 

that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the 

superlative degree of comparison only. 

Charles Dickens 




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A chemical reaction looking for 

a nlare to haDDen. — Stuart Pizer 



Lori Goodman 





I watched the lady on the flying trapeze, 
and closed my eyes every time I thought she'd fall. 
Every new flip more daring, more frightening 
She was always caught by a handsome man, 
Or if he wasn't there she'd do an extra flip, 
and catch herself. 

May 




Ann Palermo 




Vicki Wood 



On nest pas serieux quand on a 

dix-sept ans. Rimbaud 



All good Americans, when they die, 
go to Paris. Appleton 




Juventud, divino tesoro, 
I Ya te vas para no volver! 
Cuando quiero llorar, 

no Uoro . . . 
Y a veces lloro sin querer. 

Dario 



Mindy Feldman 



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Goin back, baby, far beyond the sun! 



I think I'll settle down, and I says, says I 

I'll never wander further, till the day I die, 

But the wind it sorta chuckles, why of course you will 

'Cause once you get the habit, you just can't keep still 



Meg Sturges 





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Mr. Pickwick: You can get a charac- 
ter, of course? 

Sam Weller: Why sir, I am a 
character. from musical "Pick- 
wick" 



A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of 

nature. 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Spring is not so much a season 

that lasts only a few weeks as it is 

a state of being that can last 

within a soul for a lifetime. 




No man can, for any length of 
time, wear one face to himself, 
and another to the multitude, 
without finally getting 
bewildered as to which is the true 



one. 



Nathaniel Hawthorne 



Aina Allen 



Alex Polydefkis 





Bonnie Rentschler 



Lisa Keller 



Look at our struggle for freedom, 
Trace our present day's strength to its source: 
And you'll find that man's pathway to glory 
Is strewn with the bones of a horse. 





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Barbara Contarino 



"Chesue-Puss," Alice began, rather timidly, "would 
you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here? ' 

'That depends a great deal on where you want to get 
to," said the cat. 

" — so long as I get somewhere," Alice added as an 
explanation. 

"Oh, you're sure to do that," said the Cat, "if you only 
walk long enough." 

Lewis Carrol 
Alice in Wonderland 




Karen Pernokas 



A man needs a little madness 

or else . . . 
Or else? 

He never dares cut the rope 
and be free. 
Zorba 



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I've got to find a reason for living on 

this earth 
something to want, someone to be, somehow 
to say, 
I am me. 

"Carnival" 



Marcia McCabe 




Judith Webster 



Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth 
find reserves of strength that will endure as long as 
life lasts. There is symbolic as well as actual beauty 
in the migration of birds, the ebb and flow of the 
tides, the folded bud ready for the spring. There is 
something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains 
of nature — the assurance that the dawn comes after 
night, and spring after winter. 

Rachel Carson 



DeeDee Dodson 




Molly Prescott 



Ann Merriam 





This is to me pals to whom I can really say nothing. 
We've laughed our way through it, mainly, and (to hide) 
we've cried, but we are good friends. 

We don't always believe we're listening, or being listened to, 
but we know when enough is enough, and when to leave 
(is that good? you ask) Which brings me back to the fact 
that this is to me pals to whom I can really say nothing. 



CUTLER HOUSE 




Charlotte Gifford, Sharon Nahill, Jennifer Linehan, Evelyn Lentz, Tami Bodenrader, Anita Thomas, Liz 
Cogan, Pam Eaton, Diane Nicolosi, Lisa Barsamian, Lauria Bain, Beth Woodworth, Pam Schwartz, Susan 
Lambiris, Louise Stites, Paula Kazarosian, Ann Joyce, Ditty Howland, Jane Hoover, Pam Eaton, Jill Hartwell, 
Nancy Lockhart, Carolyn Appen, Martha Daniels, Ann Pawlowski, Sarah Nicholson, Jenny Peck. 




The Hansen Family 



a true ultimatum of uncoordination: the cutler cuties 

Cutler House: if you didn't know it was a prep school dorm you'd think it was a looney bin 

louise, your beaten biscuits were divine 

sorry ji.ll, no more hymns and candles in the backyard 

woodrat, what are you dreaming about? 

you wouldn't think a tennis racket would be dangerous, but . . . 

"jane's opium den, who do you want to toke to?" 

hey, lets have a back rub party 

nyello 

the case of the laughing virgin 

snickle, uor herbal essence girl 

peck is a poop 

pooh, why don't boys like me? 

we're off to see the wizard 

tami, herman was so mad 

dits says simon says 

blotch, lets all do the nannygoat 

marty, i need you 

you probably got it from your mother 

tommy burnt up in the toaster 

everybody grab your broom 

please mask your immaturity 

carolyn, put on a short skirt 

the big fig newton 

good times, bad times 

lets try for a third 

buffy, put out that crayon 

phil babes, i'm not a kid 

nancy don't eat all the crumpets 

surely you jest 

cutie booties 

he's my guy 




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Nicolosi, Gail Brisson, Nancy Rose, Fern Morgan, Laurie Trustman, Helen Levin, Chris Kapetan, Jody Harrison, Anne 
Munkenbeck, Mari Wellin, Louise Kramer, Amy Kapteyn, Lisa Parke, Holly Vickers, Joan Bozek, Kim Gove, Theresa Earle, 
Sarah Davis, Kate Murphy, Susan Bowley, Gail Harriss, Cecily Harshman, Sue Vernon, Dori Hale, Paula Mackor. 




Dana Horowitz, Chris Kapetan, Sylvia Wolf, Joan Bozek, Donna Cameron. 



"Why, Jon, why?" his mother asked. "Why is it so hard to be like the rest of 
the flock, Jon? Why can't you leave low flying to the pelicans and albatross? 
Why don't you eat? Son, you're bone and feathers! " 

"I don't mind being bone and feathers, mom. I just want to know what I can 
do in the air and what I can't, that's all. I just want to know." 

"See here, Jonathan, " said his father, not unkindly. "Winter isn't far away. 
Boats will be few, and the surface fish will be swimming deep. If you must 
study, then study well, but you can't eat a glide, you know. Don't you forget 
that the reason you fly is to eat." 

Jonathan nodded obediently. For the next few days he tried to behave like 
other gulls; he really tried, screeching and fighting with the flock around the 
peers and fishing boats, diving on scraps offish and bread. But he couldn't 
make it work. 

It's all so pointless, he thought, deliberately dropping a hard-won anchovy 
to a hungry old gull chasing him. I could be spending all this time learning to 
fly. There's so much to learn! 

It wasn't long before Jonathan Gull was off by himself again, Far out at sea, 
hungry, happy, learning. 

Richard Bach 




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SHERMAN HOUSE 




Laura Broaddus, Susan Sandoe, Claire Jewkes, Berty Symington, Laura Rome, Pam Bather, Deborah 
Srahl, Liz Snelling, Lia Pascale, Kim Patron, Beth Urie, Cathy Chapman, Priscilla Perry, Francesca 
Woodman, Anne Wakefield, Mary Carder, Carlie Pease, Liz Smith, Diana Van Anda, Megan 
Thomas, Fern Jones, Mrs. Trenbath, Mary Washburn, Beth Brisson. 




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ible system to strengthen a sense of community, and encourage 
cooperation among its members through dialogue and effective 
communication. It shall serve as a channel through which con- 
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Ellen Hoitsma, Marianne Sullivan, Donna Silverman, Debbie Heifetz, Chris Ho, Cathy Armsden, Lissy Abraham, Steve and 
Barbara Wicks, Marcia Nelson, Katy Gass, Nancy Clifton, Cate Sprague, Ginny Carter, Genny Dodd, Julie Horowitz, Betsy 
Evans, Lisa Landsman, Robin Waters, Jeanne Nahill, Susan Stahl, Priscilla Martel, Betsy Coward, Lucinda Leach, Wendy 
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Jenny Swing, Ruth Neilson, Jan Johnston, Meg Sturges, Debbie Selden, Ruth West, Carley Pennink, Hope Woodhouse, 
Kathy Kranzler, Kathy Barry, Laura Sterling, Jae Kittredge, Leslie Monsky, Barbara Goyer, Sara Knowles, Louisa 
Mackintosh, Stephanie Curtis, Helen Cabot, Lee Grumman, Carrie Crane, Lori Portnoy, Jessica Ziegler, Betsy Barrett, Fran 
Sherwood, Sheri Putman, Kate Tomlinson, Sue Rodgin, Kris Austin, Felecia Elias, Nina Rutenburg, Char Mason, Mary 
Webb, Noreen Markley, Pam Yameen, Sara Grosvenor, Kate Winthrop, Sue McFarland, Mary Louise Hunt, Jane 
Whittlesey, Ann Roberts, Christina Landry, Annette Bond, Sue Urie, Betsy Gootrad. 




Donna Wheaton, Ginny Hodgkins, Margaret 
Hillhouse, Marcia McCabe, Katie Keesling, Karen 
Stone, Mindy Feldman, Andrea Simonsen. 




Sally Warner, Resident Advisor 



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THIRD FLOOR DRAPER 




Barbara Willis, Vanessa Gray, Amy Erlanger, Laura Benjamin, Margaret Downs, Nancy Lindquist, Carolyn Naifeh, Marion 
Pease, Kathy Beck, Anne Allen, Alison Polk, Beezie Johnson, Becky Putnam, Jeanne Frazier, Lisa Hockmeyer, Martha 
Pernokas, Linda Grandmaison, Carmen Vinales, Anne Spader, Ceci Blewer, Becky Park, Sue Brown, Sylvia Kennick, May 
Irwin, Kris Jablonski, Hollis Conner, Wendy Mathews. 





Marianne Mulholland 



No one asked for third. September 
rolled around to the unfamiliar faces, and 
disillusioning dorm meeting^ reinforced 
the myth of a misunderstood adolescent. 
Only nine months to go. An existentialist 
code was born with Marianne as our 
guiding light. 

Good things happen when you merely 
exist. Mint Juleps on the porch with 
Josie, to the bleating of the guards, fellow 
indulgers. The enticing aroma of popcorn 
brought unlikely groups together to 
discuss such varying topics as crew, Far 
and Middleast relations, clothes and 
Women's Lib. Someone always knew a 
lot, and everyone else would say yeah. 
We'd all seen Sullivan's show in '64. The 
Beatles were really yeah, yeah, yeah and it 
was a good answer. No hassles. Ugh. 

One real attracting force to the third 
floor was Marianne. Marianne 
Mulholland was our housemother, also 
living existentially, and helping us 
through a trying time. 

Only J.D. Salinger, James Taylor, 
Kahlil Gibran, May Irwin and Josie 
Martin could describe third floor 
adequately. 

The world is full of 
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CYNOSURE 

Cecilia Blewer 
Dorinda Davis 
Jeanne Frazier 
Julie Horowitz 
Mary Louise Hunt 
Kris Jablonski 
Robin Jackson 
Jeanne Nahill 
Marge Snelling 
Kate Tomlinson 




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TOWN MEETING Liz Robert, Jeanne Nahill, Mimi Kessler, David Tower 




COMMITTEE 

FOR 
SOCIAL 
CONCERN 



Wide Horizons 
Turtles 

Dougherty Tutors 
Lawrence General Hospital 
World University Service 
Abbot Religious Association 





COURANT editors: Mardi Jane Hudson, Abbie Owen 



CIRCLE 

Nancy Adams 
Cathy Armsden 
Sarah Bayldon 
Rich Durbin 
Wendy Gamble 
Charlotte Hamlin 
Loraine W. Utter 




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Just you wait, Carroll Bailey, just you wait! 

Just you wait while I slither through your gate! 

Just like David had Bathsheba 

I have come to give you fever — 

Just you wait, Sam-o Phillips, just you wait! 



WOMAN CHILD ON THE PROMISED HILL 
A Salacious Satire 






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I have often been in this dorm before, 
But I always came in a window 
on the second floor; 
Now I find my way 
In the light of day 
Through the halls of this dorm 
on the hill. 



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We had the courage to create an atmosphere sublime. 
We've grown accustomed to the place, 
Accustomed to her ways, 
Accustomed to ourselves. 




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"I feel as though I'm halfway through the best Commencement speech I've ever 
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American Embassy A.I.D. 
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Nancy Clifton 
132 Holt Rd. 
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50 River Rd. 
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30 Holt Rd. 
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95 1 N. Riverside Dr. 

St. Clair, Michigan 48079 

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309 Holmes Rd. 
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mska Rd. 
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8 Gold St. 

Stonington, Conn. 06378 

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Black Hall 

Lyme, Conn. 06371 

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Stanley Village Rd. 
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Phjlnps Academy 
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3512GreysolonRd. 
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North Andover, Mass. 01845 

Sylvia B. Kennick 
96 Northampton Rd. 
Amherst, Mass. 01002 

Elizabeth C. Kent 
5 7 Salem St. 
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Mary P. Kessler 
3 Channing St. 
Cambridge, Mass. 02 138 

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143 Beacon Hill Dr. 
Dobbs Ferry, NY. 10522 

Nancy V. Kottke 
25 1 Loring Ave. 
Pelham, NY. 10803 





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10 Woodland Rd. 
Andover, Mass. 01810 




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53 Salem St. 
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4 Sherry Dr. 
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8 Devereaux St. 
Arlington, Mass. 02174 

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8825 Crstwood Ave. 
Munster, Indiana 4632 1 

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61 Oriole Dr. 

Youngstown, Ohio 44505 



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9230 Beauclerc Circle East 

Jacksonville, Florida 322 17 



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Francis Ave. 
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924 17th Ave, S.E., Apt. 202 

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93 Spring Grove Rd. 

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28 Hillside Rd. 
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80 Sutton Hill Rd. 

North Andover, Mass. 01845 



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Harvey Rd. 
Stonington, Conn. 06378 




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International College 
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West Hartford, Conn. 06107 

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XaJapa Farm 

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Brooks School 

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Dorado, Puerto Rico OO646 

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Congratulations to the Senior Qass from 



One Proud Father 



Class of 1975 

Oh, a sleeping drunkard 
Up in Central Park 
And a lion-hunter 
In the jungle dark 
And a Chinese dentist, 
And a British queen — 
All fit together 
In the same machine, 
Nice, nice, very nice, 
Nice, nice, very nice — 
So many different people 
In the same device. 
Kurt Vonnegut 



Wood, Struthers & 
Winthrop Inc. 

20 Exchange Place 
New York, N.Y. 10005 
Total Financial Services 




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When Abbot gives up her name to Phillips, I 
hope she'll remember "What Every Woman 
Knows" (a play by Sir James Barrie) or what 
every woman did know till Women's Lib got 
going- 



Compliments of a woman who hopes her 
daughter won't be liberated from all the good 
things as well as the bad of the old days she grew 
up in. 



With Compliments from 



MR. AND MRS. JEAN-MICHEL ROBERT 




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to the 

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Gulf Design Company 



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Be Unbroken?? 



Special Thanks To: 
Stephanie Perrin 
Ana Alvarez 
Trigger Cook 
Sue Viemeister 
Sara Grosve nor 
Ginny Carter 
Mardi Jane Hudson 
May Irwin 
Lori Goodman 
Don and Josie Gordon 
Alumnae Office 
Ma and Pa Hamlin 
China Blossom